Cybersquatting and Domain Dispute Update:
The popular internet newspaper , The Huffington Post, which was recently purchased by AOL for $315 million, has fallen victim of trademark infringement as cybersquatting continues to grow. Check out the full typographical error search result by domaintools.com for the domain name huffingtonpost.com. Above.com Domain Privacy holds the following domains:
High traffic websites continue to draw lots of typographical error cybersquatting complaints. Look at these search results on the UDRP search engine, domainfight.net, for habitual cybersquatter and typosquatter Above.com.
"Above.com has lost a cybersquatting case against Naughty America and Naughty America CEO and President Eddie Arenas couldn’t be more pleased as he has stated that they have spent much time to create their brand."
"Above.com has had 45 filings against them in the past, complaints filed at The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) accusing Above.com of intentionally registering confusingly similar names."